Registering your own domain name –
- Secures your name, your identity on Internet
- Lets you use your own personalized email address
- Lends a professional touch to your business, your work
A domain name, webspace and a website are three different things. The website is all content or service, webspace is hosting space on server where all your website i.e. your content such as articles, pages, images, code, scripts are kept and a domain name is your own address on world wide web – say, “YourName.com” taking netizens to your website.
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You can easily make use of premium DNS to keep your website safe and always available to your visitors. Likewise every domain name is given a series of numbers called IP address — for example, the IP address for anything.com is 70.289.342.211. It is the IP number only that your browser uses to locate your or any particular website.
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This is a common question that people ask to experts and on forums when the domain name they want is unavailable for registration. If you are also facing similar issue then there are various things you could do about it such as you can try some alternative extension, get patriotic by using .co.us or .net.us or just name.us etc, you can add a keyword in the name of your domain, approach the owner of that domain and make an offer to him for it or use domain backorder service.
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You can easily make use of Whois database to promote your business, your products by adding your logo, social links and other important details into it. In general, new startups and domainers are not aware of whois listing, some simply hide all details by adding domain privacy and some leave it to show their administrative and technical contact information.
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Web Hosting (also called hosting & shared hosting) is one real server where allocated resources are shared between websites i.e. users via some cPanel interface etc.
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